Nina Ottosson by Outward Hound Treat Tumble Puzzle Game Dog Toy

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About This Item

  • Combines problem-solving with tasty treats—fill the Treat Tumble with your dog’s favorite kibble or treats and watch her try to release them through the openings with her paws and nose.
  • Exercises your pup’s brain and motor skills through delicious, playtime fun!
  • The is easy to wipe clean making it paw-fect for both indoor and outdoor use.
  • Encourages plenty of interactive play—teach your dog how to use the puzzle and help guide her to victory!
  • This level 1 puzzle is a great way to help get your dog interested in other puzzles and games in the future.
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About Outward Hound Puzzle Toys for Dogs

Healthy Playtime Problem Solving

Did you know that 15 minutes of mental exercise can have a similar effect on your dog’s emotional well-being as 30 minutes of physical exercise? Dogs love to explore and problem solve and will use their noses and paws as tools. Each Nina Ottoson puzzle toy game is designed with your dog’s natural behaviors, senses and safety in mind.

Reduce Unwanted Behaviors

Setting your dog to work on a puzzle or game helps focus his attention and energy. This mental redirection can help reduce boredom, anxiety and destructive behaviors, too. Try using puzzle toys to distract your dog from fireworks, thunderstorms and other stressful situations.

Four Levels of Play

All dogs are different. That’s why each treat puzzle toy was designed with a different level of difficulty—to please dogs of all skill levels, whether they are beginners or puzzle-solving pros. Start by choosing a level that suits your pup’s skill set and level up as he learns!

Level 1

Perfect for beginners, these puzzles help gain interest and prepare dogs for puzzles to come.

Level 2

Features added obstacles, requiring your dog to combine actions to retrieve each tasty reward.

Level 3

These advanced puzzles challenge your dog to complete several steps in order to reach the hidden treats.

Level 4

This is the hardest level and requires multiple steps and problem-solving skills to solve!

For Bonding and Training

Nina Ottosson puzzle games are a great way to build your relationship with a newly adopted dog or help a shy dog come out of his shell. You can also use puzzles to help train your dog and practice basic commands like “sit” and “stay”.

About Outward Hound

Designed for dog lovers by dog lovers, Outward Hound products are made to meet the demands of your pet and your active lifestyle. Their unique lines of gear, toys, treat puzzles and dog bowls create engaging, interactive experiences that foster bonding between pets and their people. Let Outward Hound help you push the boundaries of playtime and Raise the Woof on what you expect from your pet gear!
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Questions & Answers

9 Customer Questions

I have a 22 lb. Rat Terrier. What size Tumble Toy should I buy? She is a strong chewer.
Answer by ChewyApr 05, 2019
The Small tumble toy measures 8 x 5 x 4.75 inches and the Large tumble toy measures 10 x 6.25 x 5.75 inches. This tumble dog toy is great for dogs of all sizes and ages.

How can a ball have three measurements???? What is the CIRCUMFERENCE of the small and large toys? My dog is 50 lbs
Answer by ChewyMay 06, 2019
The diameter of the small toy is 8 inches. The diameter of the large toy is 10 inches.

What size treats / kibble work best with this?
Answer by ChewyMar 27, 2019
The openings are approximately ¾ inch to 1 inch.

does this thing open or do you have to just put the treats in one by one through the holes
Answer by ChewyNov 27, 2019
This toy does not open. The treats can be added through one of the two holes.

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150 Customer Reviews

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Crow on May 29, 2022

Crow approves!!!

Crow, my 16 week old Rotty/Pitty mix loves this toy! Its very easy for the kibble to fall out so it only takes him about 5-10 minutes to empty it. When he gets too excited and starts biting, I fill this bad boy up and it redirects his attention immediately to positive play and reward. Even my senior beagle mix, and my moms lab mix joins in on the fun with him. Absolutely recommend just remember the holes are large and it doesn't take long for them to empty it.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Kala on Jun 19, 2022

Awesome toy

Best money I have spent on a toy. My Sheltie loves this toy. He learned very fast since it’s super easy. I use the Zukes minis and they fit perfectly in this. I love this because the holes are large enough to fit most small treats or even kibble. So awesome

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By AthenasGwamma on Mar 31, 2022

Works well, but too easy

I got the largest of this for our geriatric Lab who still wants to play and fetch, but due to mobility issues from GOLPP, she can no longer run and fetch. We got her this to keep her mind occupied and she LOVES it HOWEVER as others have mentioned, the holes are so large that she has it emptied within 3 -4 minutes or less. She has figured out that if she gets it rolling pretty hard aimed at a wall or cabinet, etc., when it smacks up against those hard surfaces, it will knock treats out. So she waits til it comes to a stop then will take her paw, roll it back a few inches and hit it with her nose again to have it slam into the hard wall/cabinet.table leg, etc. If there were smaller holes, the treats would not just tumble out as easily OR if the manufacturer would just make OR even suggest treats that another manufacturer makes that work well with this ball rather than give the size of opening. Try finding the size measurements on individual dog treats! You won't! She cannot pick the large red and yellow one up by her teeth because the plastic is hard (think of an insulated wall tumbler and the hardness of it) and she does ask for it every day to get some treats/play. I put about 10 dog trainers in it and have tried her jerky bits, etc. but everything falls out of the holes due to their large size.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Toni324 on May 27, 2022

Not Challenging Enough

The treats fall right out of this ball and it's too easy for my girl. I will keep it for my chihuahua (don't tell her she isn't as smart as her sister), but I will have to find a more challenging game for her sister the terrier.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Samnitsg on Apr 5, 2022

Good for Slow feed but loud

My puppy loves this toy. I put his kibble in it for breakfast, lunch or dinner and he pushes it around and a few pieces fall out. He really has fun chasing it around our apartment. I think a half cup of kibble takes my dog 5+ min to finish rolling it around the apartment. My only downside is it is a hard plastic material.... so it is really loud when it hits things or when it is empty. We also don't have carpet in our home so that is a factor also but I just have to be careful of the time of day when giving him his food this way.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By MrsDayMN on Mar 23, 2022

Awesome Toy - depending on why you’re buying it

This treat dispensing ball is awesome in that your dog won’t be able to destroy it. I got the large for my 80lb male Doberman who can destroy toys in minutes but this one holds up. I give it 4 stars for that. However, in terms of the long term interest this toy falls short. The holes to fill/dispense the treats are so big. Which is great when you’re filling the toy but my smarty pants dog gets the treats out in 2 minutes flat.

Rated 4 out of 5 stars
By Shar on Mar 11, 2022

Great treat dispenser

Overall, I am pleased with the purchase. The treat dispenser is worth the money, but the suction cup with the rope is unnecessary in my opinion. Very durable, but the rope was chewed off in the first 15 minutes, so that’s not useful. Keeps pups busy longer than anything I’ve ever tried. If suction cup is attached to vinyl flooring, it is powerful enough to pull vinyl away from subfloor. (Probably needs a warning on pkg)

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By MurphyTheToyDestroyer on Mar 15, 2022

Yes! Finally a toy that is worth its price!

Murphy destroys all toys, any toys, all the time. This ball is fabulous! She can walk around with it in her mouth (somehow?) but cannot bite through it and hasn't destroyed the plastic yet. We use the little tiny milkbones and put them inside. She can hear them rattle when it rolls and loves it!

Rated 3 out of 5 stars
By Sarah on Apr 19, 2022

It’s too easy

I thought this had an ability to adjust the difficulty/amount it dispenses but it is really just a hollow ball with 2 holes. This took my puppy less than a second to figure out.

Rated 5 out of 5 stars
By Brooksie on Jan 11, 2022

loved this

We received this tonight and it was nice to see my 10-year-old dog who is highly food motivated get up and follow this around the basement. She would nudge it around in a big circle. As the treats fell out, she stopped rolling it go back and eat all the treats at once then return to the ball and nudge it around for another couple seconds. I thought it was kind of interesting that she didn’t stop and start each time a treat fell out. We just used her normal kibble and it fit fine in the holes. It was nice that something like this got her up and moving. And held her interest. She seems so blah lately with the cold weather it was nice to have her get a little exercise. Although she was eating the entire time lol